My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Arkansas Search Dog Association Inc, Little Rock, AR, USA
I have learned about this wonderful organization not in person, but through the work of John D Waugh and his handler/owner, Donna Waugh. As one of this year's American Hero Dogs John D has brought the Association into the limelight, and folks like me (who live in other states) have been made fully aware of the hard work, dedication, triumphs and resolutions the teams have brought to so many, regardless of where they are located. One of the most honorable and unselfish things I read lately was that John D went to his award ceremony in Hollywood sporting a new cut over his eye from a search conducted just before he left. Clearly, his work comes first, and is his passion; nothing was more important than aiding in the search. I hope I never have to use the services of a search team due to a catastrophe, but if I were in that position, I would want representatives from the AK Search Dog Assoc., Inc in my court!
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Thank you so much for believing in us. It is trust from people like you, that fuels our passion and commitment to K9 Search and Rescue. We've been here since 2002, responding with trained dogs and, God willing, we'll always be there when we're called. These are such amazing animals; watching them at work is a humbling privilege. Someone asked me what my dog would be wearing to the Hero Dog Awards event in Hollywood, where he would be recognized as the Search and Rescue Hero Dog of the Year. My answer: John D will be wearing the scars he's earned as a Hero.